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Using Social Media to Educate Patients

For many people, social media has become part of everyday life. According to Pew Research, 74% of internet users are on social media. With that said, it should come as no surprise that people are using social media to discuss and find information about health-related issues. Practices are often hesitant about getting involved with social…

Why Social Media Isn’t Really Free

It may not cost your practice anything to set up a social media account, but that doesn’t mean it’s completely free. No, we’re not talking about paid advertisements or “boosts” for your posts on social media–although those by nature aren’t free. We’re talking about the time your practice will need to invest in social media…

Social Media Case Study: Dr. Greene

Dr. Craig C. Greene is one of our clients that has been very successful on social media. Dr. Greene is an orthopedic surgeon based in Baton Rouge, LA. Dr. Greene has used a variety of P3 Inbound services–we built his website (craigcgreenemd.com), we created custom content for his Specialties section, and we currently create blog…

How Sports Medicine Practices Can Benefit from Social Media

With the right approach, almost any medical practice can benefit from social media in some way. However, sports medicine practices in particular can gain a lot from an active social media presence. Social media and sports complement each other very well–both rely heavily on visuals. Sports medicine practices can use social media to their advantage…